Look No Further for Season 6 Details

November 30, 2009

By Katelyn

Look no further for season six details… because there aren’t anymore.  According to Kristen Dos Santos at E! Online there won’t be any more releases from ABC regarding season six of Lost.

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I’m hearing from Lost sources that every single shot of the first few episodes are so revealing that the producers have convinced ABC to NOT SHOW A SINGLE FRAME before the new season airs. No promo scenes, no photos, no nada! So you will be completely in the dark, but it is for good reason: The twists they’re planning are so good, you will WANT to be surprised. Trust me. Your mind gonna go kaplewey.

As upset as I am, I am kind of exciting to be left in the “dark.”  This leaves me time to theorize and re-watch seasons one through five since I don’t need to be scouring the internet for season six details anymore!

But don’t worry, I’ll do my best to get my hands on any kind of rumors and leaks and bring them here!


Oceanic Airlines Destination: Wisteria Lane

October 16, 2009

Oceanic Airlines Destination: Wisteria Lane

Via Kristin Dos Santos:

Marc Cherry has confirmed that a plane is going to come crashing down on Desperate Housewives’ Wisteria Lane this season, for the show’s midseason cliffhanger.

And now ABC sources are spilling this cool little nugget of info: The plane might end up being none other than one from Lost’s Oceanic Airlines.

So wait a minute, does that mean that if/when Lost resets this season with an alternate reality (if that hydrogen bomb did actually go off), Jack, Kate, Sawyer and the gang could crash on Wisteria Lane instead of the island?

The plane’s Oceanic branding would just be a fun little Easter egg for Lost fans to find. And while the crossover has yet to be finalized, I’m told the higher-ups at ABC are keen on the idea.

“Everyone loved how well those ‘ABC House’ promos did last year,” one alphabet-net mole tells me, referring to the promo spots in which characters from different ABC series mixed worlds. “We’re looking at ways to find more fun crossovers between shows, and so the idea came up to have the Desperate Housewives plane be Oceanic.”

What do you think of Lost’s mythology filtering into other ABC series? Perhaps Hurley could pay a visit to Modern Family? Smokey’s next victim could be treated at Seattle Grace? Or, oooh, I know: How about Charlie or Penny crossing over to Flash Forward? (Nahhh, that’d be too weird.)